Welcome to Academic Governance
Academic Governance Officer Submitted Nominations
Thomas E. Amidon, Executive Chair
Professor of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering
321 Walters Hall
Academic Governance at ESF serves a variety of roles as defined by the SUNY Board of Trustees. Primarily, ESF's Academic Governance serves to help facilitate the initiation, development, and implementation of the college's mission and educational program. The full body of Academic Governance (all faculty, staff and student representatives) meets 8-10 times each year to discuss matters of college interest and conduct academic business, including the review and proposal of college policies.
On the pages of this website, you should be able to find a variety of material previously distributed via College email, including meeting agendas, meeting minutes, policies under consideration or other action items, etc.